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TUF expects limited impact from AD rates
TUF expects limited impact from AD rates

11/03/2008

Thai Union Frozen Products has confidence that the US Department of Commerce's 15.30 per cent preliminary anti-dumping (AD) rate for the company's shrimp, which is now 5.95 per cent, contains an error.
China strongly opposes Canada
China strongly opposes Canada's anti-dumping duties on casing pipes

11/03/2008

BEIJING, March 5 (Xinhua) -- China strongly opposed Canada's decision to levy anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties on seamless carbon or alloy steel oil and well casing pipes from China, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said on Wednesday.
Sri Lanka activated carbon maker expects stronger US demand
Sri Lanka activated carbon maker expects stronger US demand

03/03/2008

Feb 25, 2008 (LBO) – Sri Lankan coconut-shell-based activated carbon maker Haycarb expects stronger demand after Europe and the United States slapped anti-dumping duties on Chinese carbons.
Back to the Thailand-US FTA talks
Back to the Thailand-US FTA talks

03/03/2008

This month's return of an elected civilian cabinet and Parliament to Thailand has improved US-Thailand relations. Although the United States never really withdrew its engagement of the kingdom, military and security relations have been restored. This week, the US Trade and Development Agency reopened its offices in Bangkok. Now it's time for Thailand to upgrade its economic relations with the United...
Breakthrough made in new trade mechanism with EU
Breakthrough made in new trade mechanism with EU

03/03/2008

China and the European Union (EU) have made a breakthrough in establishing a new bilateral high-level economic and trade mechanism which they aimed to launch in April.
EU commission divided over Chinese imports
EU commission divided over Chinese imports

03/03/2008

The European Commission is locked in a dispute over whether to impose punitive tariffs on cheap Chinese imports to the EU, with the issue expected to heat up a Wednesday regular meeting of 27 EU commissioners.
EU states call for China tariffs
EU states call for China tariffs

03/03/2008

In a sign of a backlash against cheap Chinese imports in the European Union, several countries are pushing for punitive tariffs on Chinese goods.
Chinese screw-makers urge EU to drop duties case
Chinese screw-makers urge EU to drop duties case

03/03/2008

BRUSSELS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Chinese screw-makers called on the European Union on Tuesday not to hit their exports with anti-dumping duties, saying European companies and consumers would also suffer.
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